PHY 602: Modern Physics.
5 hours (3, lecture; 2, lab), 4 credits. (Intended primarily for high school science and mathematics teachers, but open to other qualified graduate students.) Study of various aspects of the physics of the twentieth (and twenty-first) century. Emphasis will be on the theory of relativity and on quantum physics, including applications to technology. Relevant laboratory exercises will be performed. PREREQ: Two semesters of general physics and one semester of calculus.
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